Chaos Theory presents an incredible lineup of post-metal and post-rock bands from around Europe.
TACOMA NARROW BRIDGE DISASTER
Progressive band gathering influences from metal, rock, post rock and shoegaze to create a rich collection of strong songs, some riff-led, some ambient, all never failing to capture the imagination. Their album 'Exegesis' is phenomenal.
"Copious amounts of attitude that resonates musically" - Sea Of Tranquility
"A cut above the other post-it note acts I've reviewed" - Metal Storm
"Real presence, soaring tunes and pinpoint accuracy" - 11islouderthan10
WHAT THE BLOOD REVEALED
Experimental rock band travelling down from Irvine (Scotland) to perform their progressive post-metal. Flitting confidently between powerful riffs and spacious melodies, shirking slow ambient build-ups for decisive changes that still flow beautifully, this band are as raw as they are divine. Their critically acclaimed album 'Harbour Of Devils' is out now on Field Records.
"Beautifully textured sound; non-linear and engaging" - Beard Rock
"A monumental slab of post metal" - Echoes And Dust
"A truly breathtaking album" - The Sludgelord
Evocative post-rock band from Sint-Lievens-Houtem in Belgium, expertly fusing three guitars, bass and drums to perfect balance without any excess. Stunningly beautiful, mesmeric music that forces your soul to leap out of your chest and allows it to soar along the melodies. Their album Wood For Wood is out now on Dunk!records.
"Dynamisch, intens en gelaagd" - Enola
"Een beloftevolle post-rock band" - Snooze Control
LOST IN THE RIOTS
Instrumental post-rock from Watford, who've been friends of The Facemelter for years. We've watched them develop and mature with quiet excitement and have been absolutely dumbfounded by the execution of their debut album 'A Stranger In The Alps'. With heavy riffs, melodies are both playful and intense and impressive musicianship, these guys have found the perfect solution in rejecting the hardcore scene in which they grew up, whilst still allowing its influences to subtly creep into their music, tearing them away from the 'average' post-rock sound.
"Treasure it, because albums like this don't come along every day of the week. 9/10" - Shout4Music
"With Stranger in the Alps, Lost in the Riots have delivered a really confident, well-crafted debut" - Echoes & Dust
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